Paulo Dybala

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by itisrising, 30 Dec 2015.

  1. bluesingh


    27 May 2016
    Wouldn't really prefer another short guy in the team for heaven's sake*
  2. TonyM


    8 Aug 2006
    After seeing the Belotti thread with it's obligatory YouTube, I'd prefer Belotti. He looks like Dzeko but willing to Run through a brick wall to score.

    And I watched it all the way til the end so I know my stuff.
  3. bluesmith


    9 Dec 2005
    So its impossible to compare two players from different league? Glad your not a scout for City.
  4. aguero93:20


    21 Oct 2013
    Worshipping the great bald one
    The Guardiola Circle Jerk
    And why would their preference matter if he had a release clause?
  5. City health warning

    City health warning

    10 Dec 2016
    They will probably offer him a new contract without the release clause.
  6. raven786


    26 Aug 2014
    a reliable Italian journalist has stated that Dybala's contract doesn't have a release clause. it was a fake rumor apparently. Juventus will probably demand more than 65 mill if we go in for him. Icardi would be a much better option with ability and price in mind.
    Last edited: 12 Feb 2017
  7. Blue Bogey

    Blue Bogey

    16 May 2015
    Dybala' s Agent and Juventus Executives have been recently discussing proposals for a new contract. Dybala would get paid more €€€€. An extension of 1 further year to 2021. A possible buy out clause has been discussed of €150m but Juventus are in no hurry to sell and think they could get more if they hold on to him until after the World Cup in Russian 2018. As they are predicting he could be the Player of the touxrnament.

    Dybala does not have a buy out clause at present. If they sold him this summer don't expect any change from €90m. Personally I would not pay that for him. China could be calling but surely he wouldn't!
  8. It's clearly not impossible but given the contexts I've provided above it's not a great way to compare players.

    Especially when you are cherry picking and comparing it to something that happened 6 years ago.

    If Aguero gets replaced this summer it 100% needs to be by someone who is as good if not better than him, not someone who, via this prism of 'maybe' you're using, might end up as good as him.

    The Hart-Bravo scenario should be enough to show you you don't replace an integral part of your spine with a player who isn't as good as the one he replaces.
  9. Dax777


    20 Dec 2010
    It all sounds a bit too convoluted for my taste.
  10. Tugay One Cup

    Tugay One Cup

    5 Aug 2015
    Ai Weiwei to the dangerzone
    No no no no no. Detestable little twat with a poor attitude. No.

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